Some argue that megaliths used to be shrines of pagan gods, others that they operated as ancient astronomical observatories, still others believe they represented burial ground facilities. Megalithic sites in Bulgaria have not lost their appeal for either..
It is difficult to imagine a wilder spot in this country, so far from civilization. It is so easy to lose your way along its roads that barely squeeze through the thickets, as here, in Strandja it is nature that reigns supreme, not man!..
When one walks across the slopes of the Sredna Gora Mountain, there are plenty of ancient remains, related to paganism. Some of these sites are well-researched; others remain a bit unknown, while third ones sink in mysticism, still hiding..
In the recent years Plovdiv has been attracting various foreign investors who launched their production bases in the city economic zone. As a result, unemployment levels in this Bulgarian region fell significantly. In 2019 the city of Plovdiv..
“For Bulgarians, the Danube has always had more to do with the heart than the mind. Conquerors, revolutionaries, merchants, emigrants have all sailed in its waters… There is so much to rediscover in Danubian Bulgaria… We set out from..
A new cycle path will be built at the coastal alley in Balchik, in order to attract more tourists on the route between the Palace Architectural Park Complex and the Tourist Information Center Melnitsata (The Mill). The flooring of the alley will..
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